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The beautiful Project Cars is only a 17GB installation on PC

Slightly Mad Studios has released Project Cars into some countries, with the PC version being a 17GB installation
By: Anthony Garreffa | Gaming News | Posted: May 7, 2015 1:31 am

Project Cars is out today, with my version of the game currently downloading from Steam at a nice 10.4MB/sec. The HDD space required by Slightly Made Studios' driving game is just 17GB.




Comparing this to recent games like Titanfall which wanted 48GB of HDD space, or even GTA V which sucked up a huge 65GB, Project Cars is actually light on your HDD. Project Cars is one of the best looking games out right now, so expect a performance analysis from us on the game sometime next week. For now, this is a list of the recent games that have chewed up the most space on our storage:


  • Project Cars - 17GB
  • Grand Theft Auto V - 65GB
  • Titanfall - 48GB
  • Battlefield: Hardline - 60GB
  • Wolfenstein - The Old Blood - 38GB
  • Wolfenstein - The New Order - 50GB
  • Assassin's Creed: Unity - 50GB

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